Totally agree with that in theory. We'll have to see what he does when he's familiar with the offence. Yesterday there was almost no structure to the team, and Gay's involvement was as if he was in more of a wide-open scrimmage. Could have been one of the reasons why the Clippers struggled to defend; they had no idea what was coming at them.
Raptors run a motion offense to utilize the teams quickness & athleticism (which Gay's skill set fits into) free-flowing and unrestricted, it's not a repetitive offense, it's basically run off a bunch of flares & back screens.
The fact the other team had no idea what was coming meant it worked well.